feeder current

feeder current

[′fēd·ər ‚kə·rənt]
(oceanography)
A current which flows parallel to the shore before converging with other such currents and forming the neck of a rip current.
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Old timers remembered he'd also walk out to Blackweir, swimming against the ferocious feeder current to strengthen his shoulder muscles.
FIGURE 1: Example of a Compressed-Air Map Bowl Feeder CURRENT Can Be No.
Fuzzy membership models are developed for system power loss, feeder current balance and bus voltage.
In addition, the minimum variation of feeder current [DELTA]I, for the overload problem, can be written as,
DEV's Signal Recording allows a user to access the RF signal level of any L-Band signal and/or LNB feeder current directly via the web interface of the DEV 2190.
The feeder current must be high enough to ensure the relay-on state when controlled section is free (normal mode);
In case the train is in controlled section (shunt mode) the feeder current must be low enough to ensure the relay-off state--the section is occupied state.
Old timers reckoned he'd also walk out to Blackweir to swim against the ferocious feeder current to strengthen his shoulder muscles.
A Quad-Loops dynamic error Control Scheme enables the proposed three controller options to account for variations in feeder currents as well as interface bus voltage error so that the novel FACTS-DVSS is more effective in compensating for power system voltage and current excursions.